Contract renewal series between Everton Ribeiro and… Flamingo It's not over this Thursday. After the meeting the previous day, the midfielder's staff put forward a counter-proposal and waited for a response from the club, which did not happen until the end of the day. The 34-year-old thus enters the final 72 hours of his current contract while he has other proposals from Brazil on the table.
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After traveling on vacation with his family to the United States, Ribeiro has already returned to Brazil and is following the negotiations remotely in Santa Isabel, the city where he grew up in the interior of São Paulo. Both parties are looking for a happy ending to continue the story that has already lasted seven seasons. The midfielder wants to stay Flamingo He is trying to reach a two-year deal, but the red and black board has shown that it is irreducible and offers only one season, while maintaining the current salary.
The contract expires next Sunday, but expectations are that a date will be set in advance, whether positively or negatively. If they do not reach an agreement for 2024, Ribeiro will be free to move to another club and will analyze the offers he has received. The midfielder values staying at Rubro Negro and for this reason he has not opened negotiations with any other interested club yet.
Holder, the captain and one of the key players on the team Flamingo Since 2017, Everton Ribeiro has played 394 matches, scored 46 goals, provided 61 assists and won 11 titles: three Carioca titles, two Brazilians, two Libertadores, two Brazilian Super Cups, one Recopa Sudamericana and one Copa do Brasil. He lost his starting position this year and became a “luxury reserve” in the red and black.
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